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Oodles of Noodles, Tons of Won Ton
Oodles of Noodles, Tons of Won Ton
Boy Eating Noodles

Since the day they set foot on Hawaiian soil to work in sugar cane fields, the Chinese began contributing a wealth of cuisine to Hawaii’s international dining table, which was immediately appreciated by Islanders. Those first arrivals, in the mid-1800s from the southern region of Canton, brought a taste for healthy stir-fried vegetables, succulent pork and an endless variety of rice and noodle dishes.
Chinese cuisine is among the world’s oldest, having had many millennia to perfect its style and complexity. Even the proudest French chef will offer a tip of the toque in appreciation of Peking duck, char siu pork, crispy gau gee, bird’s nest soup, pot stickers and fried noodles. After 4,000 years of cooking experience, is it any wonder so many Chinese menus are voluminous and often have more than a hundred selections? Read More
 

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